sábado, 19 de octubre de 2013

Lo que dicen los famosos..


“No hacemos películas para hacer dinero, hacemos dinero para hacer más películas.”

Walt Disney


Academy Awards, USA

(Won = Ganador;  Nominated = Nominado)
1969Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
Walt Disney's nomination and award was posthumous, as he died two years prior to the film's release... More
1965Nominated
Oscar
Best Picture
Mary Poppins (1964)
Shared with:
1963Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962) 
1962Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Aquamania (1961) 
1961Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Goliath II (1960) 
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Islands of the Sea (1960) 
1960Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Noah's Ark (1959) 
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Mysteries of the Deep (1959) 
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Donald in Mathmagic Land (1959) 
1959Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Grand Canyon (1958)
James Algar accepting this award.
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Paul Bunyan (1958) 
1958Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Truth About Mother Goose (1957) 
1957Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Samoa (1956) 
1956Won
Oscar
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Men Against the Arctic (1955) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
No Hunting (1955) 
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Switzerland (1955) 
1955Won
Oscar
Best Documentary, Features
The Vanishing Prairie (1954) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Pigs Is Pigs (1954) 
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Siam (1954) 
1954Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom (1953) 
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Bear Country (1953) 
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
The Alaskan Eskimo (1953) 
Best Documentary, Features
The Living Desert (1953) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Rugged Bear (1953) 
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Ben and Me (1953) 
1953Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Water Birds (1952) 
1952Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Nature's Half Acre (1951) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952) 
1951Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Beaver Valley (1950) 
1950Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Toy Tinkers (1949) 
1949Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Seal Island (1948) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mickey and the Seal (1948) 
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Tea for Two Hundred (1948) 
1948Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Chip an' Dale (1947) 
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Pluto's Blue Note (1947) 
1947Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Squatter's Rights (1946) 
1946Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Donald's Crime (1945) 
1945Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
How to Play Football (1944) 
1944Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Reason and Emotion (1943) 
1943Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Der Fuehrer's Face (1942) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Documentary
The Grain That Built a Hemisphere (1943) 
Best Documentary
The New Spirit (1942) 
1942Won
Honorary Award
Fantasia (1940)
Shared with:
For their outstanding contribution to the advancement of the use of sound in motion pictures ... More
Won
Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Lend a Paw (1941) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Truant Officer Donald (1941) 
1940Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Ugly Duckling (1939) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Pointer (1939) 
1939Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 
Won
Honorary Award
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
For Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, recognized as a significant screen innovation which has ... More
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Brave Little Tailor (1938) 
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (1938) 
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Good Scouts (1938) 
1938Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Old Mill (1937) 
1937Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Country Cousin (1936) 
1936Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Three Orphan Kittens (1935) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Who Killed Cock Robin? (1935) 
1935Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
The Tortoise and the Hare (1935) 
1934Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Three Little Pigs (1933) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Building a Building (1933) 
1932Won
Honorary Award
For the creation of Mickey Mouse.
Won
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Flowers and Trees (1932) 
Nominated
Oscar
Best Short Subject, Cartoons
Mickey's Orphans (1931) 
 

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